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Offshore : ‘Subsea 7’ announced cost reduction measures, resulting in cutting 3,000 jobs

The company's active fleet of 32 vessels will be reduced by up to 10 vessels

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Subsea 7 has now issued further details of the cost reduction program including the details of workforce and fleet reduction, following initial guidance provided on 30 April.

According to the company’s projection, the overall reduction in headcount would be approximately 3,000 from the global workforce of 12,000, by the end of the second quarter of 2021.

Subsea 7 anticipates that two-thirds of the reduction would affect the non-permanent workforce and one-third of the reduction would affect permanent employees.

Discussions with employee representatives will  take place on a local basis and consultation will start soon.

Moreover, the company’s active fleet of 32 vessels will be reduced by up to 10 vessels through the non-renewal of chartered tonnage and the stacking of owned assets.

The reshaping of the current fleet is anticipated to take place over the period of next 12 months, which will be evaluated with the Group’s workload.

According to Subsea 7, these cost reduction measures are expected to deliver approximately U$ 400 million in annualized cash cost savings from the second quarter of 2021.

In addition, capital expenditures will be reduced to minimal levels in 2021 and 2022. 

John Evans
Chief Executive Officer

John Evans, Chief Executive Officer said: “Faced with a significant deterioration in the oil and gas market, we are taking swift and decisive action to address the elements under our control.”

These measures to reduce our cost base will help preserve cash and protect our balance sheet strength, while maintaining our strong competitive position in core markets,” Evans concluded.

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